This is the shit. In true AT form, Jeff sent in this wild and beautiful lamp that he's made. However, he's not entirely happy and although we post this as an item, it's really a question. Read on and see if we can help Jeff.
My atomic pendant lamp is made of ping pong balls and spray painted with white Krylon high heat paint, painted inside and out with at least 15 coats of paint...
When the light is off, the shade is very white, glossy, and beautiful. However, when the light is on, the shade looks very yellow. Although I love the light patterns the shade creates on the walls, I detest the yellow hue.
I use a Chromalux full-spectrum light (which I LOVE as it gives off the clearest whitest light) inside the shade. Would anyone have any suggestions to whiten my lamp?